Saying “I told you so” can be so petty. But I’ll get over it this time – MOOCs aren’t magical after all, and reality continues to intrude.
Business & Economics
The "Business & Economics" category covers the business aspects of ed tech, including the financial health and business models of individual companies, economic aspects of selling in education that shape the available offerings, and coverage of markets and investment.
UF Online adds another corporate partner in Discover Education, following news about Walmart. Are they defining an alternate approach than most OPMs to marketing & enrollment?
D2L continues to improve the LMS user experience and move to cloud hosting in a manner quite different than Blackboard’s move to Learn Ultra.
Out: the three M’s – Marc Maloy, Misty Frost, and Mitch Macfarlane. In: Bjorn Erikkson and Dan Goldsmith. Question: How will Instructure handle the latest executive changes?
Top Hat further expands, or subdivides the OER movement; and the move doubles down on the company’s bet on faculty engagement